Is is Hereditary to have Trouble getting Pregnant?

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It is very common for women to wonder if their fertility problems are hereditary. This is a very difficult question to answer however. Some fertility issues can be passed down through generations, but not all of them. For example, endometriosis is one of the very rare causes of infertility that can be passed down through generations.

Poor egg quality or low ovarian reserve, however, is not something that can be inherited. When it comes to ovulation problems like PCOS, these can sometimes be passed down through generations, but not always. It just depends on the case when it comes to stuff like this.

It-is-very-common-for-women-to-wonder-if-their-fertility-problems-are-hereditaryLifestyle factors that contribute to fertility issues, like exposure to dangerous chemicals or environmental toxins, do have the potential to be passed down from generation to generation.

If you have concerns about your own personal fertility issues, and whether you have inherited your fertility issues, or if it is possible for you to pass them on, you definitely need to talk with your doctor to figure these things out. This is a very complex issue, and while some women will find that their fertility issues are a result of their family history, this is not always the case, and it is not the case with all women.

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